SITEBUILDER LOOKS OLD

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When are you going to make sitbuilder better?, you have same buttons design since too many years, it looks like old now all the features sitebuilder has
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themieleman, Champion

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The program to use is the new Websitebuilder. The others are obsolete. SB+ is similar to sitebuilder desktop. SB+, of course, is the new version of sitebuilder and the software operates in the cloud. No need to load the SB+ program on your cpu. The new Websitebuilder is a "Responsive Design" and enable mobile friendly sites to be built with new features like Drop Down Menus. As usual, there are many advantages to using new software. The world is changing and leaving the old sitebuilder behind. You can do some form customization in Websitebuilder, but currently all the options that Sitebuilder Plus has are not there. Drop down menus are only available in Websitebuilder. In Sitebuilder Plus, you would need to do that in HTML.
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Hi Antonio4235,

I used Sitebuilder for many years. I changed to Websitebuilder. It is through Homestead and has all the features you would be looking for in a modern website. I encourage to make the move. You have to manually transfer all your data from your old site but it is worth the work. You can work on your new site while the old one remains open and then you just attach your domain name to the new site when ready to publish. I love Websitebuilder. 
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Hi Antonio, the newest Websitebuilder can be seen just by creating a new site.

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